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Android Jelly Bean now landing on all Samsung Galaxy Nexus handsets

Galaxy Nexus owners rejoice, for you can start chowing down on some sweet Jelly Bean goodness this week

Google has announced that Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners can now upgrade their flagship Android handsets to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Keep a lookout for a prompt alerting you of the update some time within the next seven days, before basking in the glory of Jelly Bean’s new features.

Not sure what those new features are? Check out our Android Jelly Bean need to know guide for a run down of what new tricks Jelly Bean will bring to your trusty Galaxy Nexus.

[via Google]

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